Published September 19, 2012
blogs , technology
Tags: blogs, communication, Helios, iPhone, kickstarter, robot, smartphone, Technabob, technology, telepresence
Telepresence robots seem to be something that some people are starting to look at, and that’s one of the reasons why two Princeton students, Tianlong Wang and Xinyi Chen created the Helios robot. It turns your smartphone into a mobile telepresence rig for far less than other solutions.
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Published February 28, 2010
Tags: Asterisk*Cycles, bicycle, bicycles, bike, Geos, Helios, Isoflow, LICOS, Magnus, millennium, MONC50, mountain, road, SCS, Selene, velocite
Front end of the Velocite Millennium titanium bicycle
It’s official, Asterisk*Cycles is now selling Velocite Bikes‘ full lineup of products, from complete bikes to components.
One of the best examples of what Velocite does is the Millennium, their top of the line titanium road bicycle. This frame is bombproof and weighs 1,250 gr.
Right now, I’m really getting excited because the Magnus frames are going to in stock again in March. Velocite sold out their first batch of frames back in December. What is the Magnus? It’s an aggressive BB30 carbon fiber monocoque road bicycle.
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Published November 25, 2009
Tags: BB30, bicycle, bikes, carbon fiber, Flux, Helios, Magnus, news, road bikes, velocite
The new frames from Velocite have arrived. The Magnus is an aggressive sprinter/climber road bike, while the Flux is an aggro hardtail MTB. The Helios has also arrived. It’s geometry is more conventional. I was going for the Helios, but Victor’s description of the Magnus make me question my initial thoughts. I might just get the Millennium (titanium) as my training bike and the Magnus as my carbon fiber bike.